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Poster: Lara Nelson Date: Mar 15, 2012 1:10pm
Forum: web Subject: Indexing web pages

How do you index web pages? How often do your archive web pages and how did you come to this decision? (I am currently an archives assistant and completing the MA in September, so I am simply trying to expand my knowledge on web archiving).

I look forward to receiving a response.

Lara

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Poster: indochinatours Date: Jun 25, 2012 10:03am
Forum: web Subject: Re: Indexing web pages

To get index, there are many ways.
The easiest way is to connect with a high pagerank web 2.0

For example: if you have a website [url removed] then you have a new page: [url removed] you should have an account on digg.com then post the new page on that.
Google will first index the site on digg.com then index your site

This post was modified by Jeff Kaplan on 2012-06-25 17:03:34

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Poster: robheukers Date: Jun 25, 2012 10:04am
Forum: web Subject: Re: Indexing web pages

Dear Indochinatours,

Thank you very much for your explanation.

Do you also know why the page [url removed] is indexed quite well in Google, although the page [url removed] with a lot of definitions/content and maybe more useful for visitors of the website (my apologise, both pages are in Dutch and thereby less readable for non-NL visitors) is at page 6 or 7 in Google.

Do you have an opinion why this second page mentioned is at page 6 or 7?

Thank you very much for your answer,
Rob Heukers

This post was modified by Jeff Kaplan on 2012-06-25 17:04:19

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Poster: robheukers Date: Jun 25, 2012 10:03am
Forum: web Subject: Re: Indexing web pages

Dear Indochinatours,

Thank you very much for your explanation.

Do you also know why the page [url removed] is indexed quite well in Google, although the page [url removed] with definitions and content with could be useful for visitors (my apologise, both sites are in Dutch and thereby less readable for non-NL visitors) is at page 6 or 7 in Google.

Do you have an opionion why this second page mentioned is at page 6 or 7?

Thank you very much for your response,
Rob Heukers

This post was modified by Jeff Kaplan on 2012-06-25 17:03:57